Glassboro Academy

Glassboro Academy

Glassboro Academy

Rowan Community Music School is proud to be part of Glassboro High School's Glassboro Academy program--the only high school arts program in the state which allows students to take university classes at the University with regular college students! This program exists for "Fine and Performing Arts" and "Science, Technology, Engineering & Math".

For more information on the Fine and Performing Arts Academy, please visit the Glassboro High School Fine and Performing Arts Academy webpage.

From their webpage:

"2018-19 Applicants:  The deadline to submit your application and Letter of Intent is Tuesday, December 1, 2017!

For the 2018-19 school year, students presently in grades 6-11 in surrounding school districts are eligible to apply for admission to the Fine and Performing Arts Academy in the Glassboro School District, through the Interdistrict Public School Choice Program Act of 2010.  The Academy/School Choice students will attend Glassboro Intermediate or Glassboro High School, according to their grade level, as regular Glassboro students.  Music students are provided weekly individual music lessons at Rowan Prep, located across the street at Rowan University.  Art students will take weekly art classes at Kaizar School of Art in Sewell.  In addition, 11th and 12 grade Academy students may enroll in music or art classes at Rowan University, for college credit. All this at no cost to the student!  Students accepted to this exciting program will have the opportunity to participate in challenging academic classes and develop their artistic skills through participation in specialized classes and ensembles at the high school and at Rowan University through a cooperative dual credit program. Openings for dozens of Glassboro and out-of-district students will be made available through an audition process in the areas of art, band, strings, and choir.

Students accepted to the Academy will be given a specialized fine arts education where academic teachers team up with the music and art departments to offer activities that include college credit classes, individual and class instruction, and participation in both high school and college level ensembles.  Students will take advantage of all honors classes as well as a large offering of Advanced Placement classes at Glassboro High School.  The school’s master course schedule will be built around the Academy schedule and Academy students will get priority scheduling. Academy students will be able to take advantage of the high quality courses and ensembles at Glassboro High School, as well as the Art Honor Society and the Tri-M Music Honor Society.

More information on the Glassboro Fine and Performing Arts Academy, including application information and deadlines, is available by contacting Mary Greening, Glassboro Fine and Performing Arts Academy Facilitator, at 856-652-2700, ext. 8166 or"